KnittingPathsOfLife

Saturday, February 28, 2009

GETTING SIDETRACKED

Before I begin, I want you all to know, Heidi changed my blog look all the way in Holland. For Christmas, I received two wonderful framed pictures of my Great Grandchildren. I love them and thank my Kristy for doing them for me. As I enter this, Haali is in a state cheering competion in New York. This is the first year their school has made it to state finals. Good Luck Haali. I cannot believe she is so grown up and so beautiful.

This is my very special Mitchell. He is now playing basketball for his school. He is very happy when he is involved in a sport. He is a great soccer player. I have watched him play. Mitchell and I love to play Clue and Monopoly.

Now, my wall would not be complete without a frame for my Princess Zoe. While I was in Joann Fabrics, I hunted a frame. I came home and put together this one for Zoe. Now I can hang all of them together on my wall leading up to my sewing room. Going through the years, I bet Kristy will do upgrades on these frames as the kids grow. Hint Kristy. LOL.


Ok, now I want you to know, I am not giving up on working on my cookbooks. I have made a lot of progress, and this is some of the paper I have lined up. I have decided to pretty much get the pages ready and then add the receipes and pictures. Heidi has now put a name to the book. Kitchen Memories is the name she chose. I am having fun, but, not one stitch has gone on my Warrior for three days now. That makes me sad.


9 comments:

Heidi said...

Very cute pictures. Do you have any wall space left for them? LOL! I like the paper and am sure the books will turn out great. White Feather is surely lonely though...

Love and hugs ~
Heidi

Brigitte said...

Nancy, the pictures you received are wonderful. And so beautifully assembled. And so is the one you created of Zoe.
You have to get back to stitching soon so that you can show a progress picture of White Feather. He's a really great project.

Brigitte said...

... oh, and I love the new look of your blog.

Tam said...

Hi Nancy, the new blog look is very nice! I like your progress so far on "Kitchen Memories". Your grand-children are beautiful and framed beautifully also :D Tam

Teresa said...

Your blog is so cute! I really like the pictures Kristy did for you.

Take care
Teresa

Sweetie said...

Nancy - I love your new look. I am afraid to change mine. I'll probably lose my entire blog if I attempt to change it. The pictures are beautiful and so nicely arranged.
Love,
Sweetie

Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy, I like your new blog and Heidi did awonderful job on creting it. The photos of the DGC are beautiful such lovely looking youngsters.
Thank you for sharing.
Hugs, Hazel (UK)

Sonja said...

Your scrap works are great. You have so many talents! But your warior needs some attention to...That is the problem if there are so many fun things to do!

Linda said...

Darling pictures of your great grandchildren.....and Kitchen Memories is a perfect name for your cookbook.

Love the new look of your blog.....Heidi did a great job. Whenever I make changes I worry I'm going to wipe everything out....my daughter helps me too. hugs, Linda